Antiproton–Proton Scattering Experiments with Polarization

  title={Antiproton–Proton Scattering Experiments with Polarization},
  author={Vincenzo Barone and Bo Qiang and Ma and Klaus Goeke and Andreas Metz and Peter Schweitzer and Jens Bisplinghoff and Paul and Dieter Eversheim and Frank Hinterberger and G Ulf and H. Meissner and Alexander Rohdje\ss and Sibirtsev and Christoph Montag and Werner Vogelsang and Umberto D Alesio and Francesco Murgia and Nigel H. Buttimore and Anatoly Efremov and Oleg V. Teryaev and Sergey Dymov and Natela Kadagidze and Vladimir Komarov and Anatoly Kulikov and Vladimir Kurba-Tov and Vladimir Leontiev and Gogi Macharashvili and Sergey Merzliakov and Igor N. Meshkov and Valeri Serd-Juk and Anatoly Sidorin and Alexander Smirnow and Evgeny Syresin and Sergey Trusov and Yuri Uzikov and Alexander Volkov and Nikolai Zhuravlev and Oleg Ivanov and Victor Krivokhizhin and G. V. Meshcheryakov and Alexander Nagaytsev and Vladimir Peshekhonov and Igor Savin and Binur Shaikhatdenov and Oleg Shevchenko and Gennady Yarygin and Wolfgang Eyrich and Andro G. Kacharava and Bernhard Krauss and Albert Lehmann and Davide Reg-Giani and Klaus Rith and Ralf Seidel and Erhard Steffens and Friedrich Stinzing and Phil Tait and Sergey Yaschenko Ferrara and Italy and Marco Capiluppi and Guiseppe Ciullo and Marco Contalbrigo and Alessandro Drago and Paola Ferretti and Dalpiaz and Francesca Giordano and Paolo Lenisa and Luciano Libero Pappalardo and Giulio Stancari and Michelle Stancari and Marco Statera and Eduard Avetisyan and Nicola Bianchi and Enzo De Sanctis and Pasquale di Nezza and Alessandra Fan-Toni and Cynthia Hadjidakis and Delia Hasch and Marco Mirazita and Valeria Muccifora and Federico Ronchetti and Paolo Rossi and Sergey Barsov and Stanislav Belostotski and Oleg Grebenyuk and Kirill Grigoriev and Anton Izotov and Anton Jgoun and P. Ya. Kravtsov and Sergey Manaenkov and Maxim Mikirtytchiants and Sergey Mikir-Tytchiants and O. V. Miklukho and Yuri Naryshkin and Alexander V Vassiliev and Andrey Zhdanov Frontmatter and Dirk Ryckbosch and Yi Jiang and Hai Jiang Lu and Wen Gan Ma and Jun Shen and Yun Xiu Ye and Ze and Jie Yin and Yong Min and Zhang J{\"u}lich and Forschungszentrum Germany and J{\"u}lich and David Chiladze and Ralf Gebel and Ralf Engels and Olaf Felden and Johann Haidenbauer and Christoph Hanhart and Michael Hartmann and Irakli Keshelashvili and Siegfried Krewald and Andreas Lehrach and Bernd Lorentz and Simon Martin and Nikolai Mei\ssner and Dieter Nikolaev and Frank Prasuhn and Ralf Rathmann and Hellmut Schleichert and Hans Seyfarth and Str{\"o}her and Dusan Bruncko and Jozef Ferencei and J{\'a}n Mu{\vs}insk´y and J{\"u}rgen Urban and Claudio Corian{\`o} and Marco Guzzi and T. E. Wise and Philip Ratcliffe and Vadim V. Baru and Ashot Gasparyan and V. Yu. Grishina and Leonid Kondratyuk and Alexander Kudri-Avtsev and Alexander Bagulya and Evgeni Devitsin and Valentin Kozlov and Adel Terkulov and Mikhail Zaver-Tiaev and Aleksei Bogdanov and Sandibek Nurushev and Vitalii Okorokov and Mikhail Runtzo and M. N. Strikhanov and Yuri Shatunov and Bernard Pire and Nikolai Belikov and Boris Chujko and Yuri Kharlov and Vladislav Korotkov and Viktor Medvedev and Ana-Toli Mysnik and Aleksey Prudkoglyad and Pavel V. Semenov and Sergey Troshin and Mikhail Ukhanov and Badri Chiladze and Nodar Lomidze and Alexander Machavariani and Mikheil Nioradze and Tariel Sakhe-Lashvili and Mirian Tabidze and Igor Trekov and Leri Kurdadze and George Tsirekidze Frontmatter and Mauro Anselmino and Mariaelena Boglione and Alexei Prokudin and Simonetta Liuti and Witold Augustyniak and Bohdan Marianski and Lech Szymanowski and Andrzej Trzciński and Pawel Zupranski Yerevan and Armenia and Norayr Akopov and Robert Avagyan and Albert Avetisyan and Garry Elbakyan and Zaven Hakopov and Hrachya Marukyan and Sargis Taroian and Frank Rathmann},
Polarized antiprotons, produced by spin filtering with an internal polarized gas target, provide access to a wealth of single– and double–spin observables, thereby opening a new window to physics uniquely accessible at the HESR. This includes a first measurement of the transversity distribution of the valence quarks in the proton, a test of the predicted opposite sign of the Sivers–function, related to the quark distribution inside a transversely polarized nucleon, in Drell–Yan (DY) as compared… CONTINUE READING
Highly Cited
This paper has 22 citations. REVIEW CITATIONS